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Mummy Wheat
Edith Nesbit
LAID close to Death, these many thousand years, In this small seed Life hid herself and smiled; So well she hid, Death was at least beguiled, Set f...Rate it:

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Wheat
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
'Sowin' things an' growin' things, an' watchin' of 'em grow; That's the game,' my father said, an' father ought to know. 'Settin' things an' gettin...Rate it:

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Song of the Wheat
Andrew Barton Paterson
We have sung the song of the droving days, Of the march of the travelling sheep; By silent stages and lonely ways Thin, white battalions creep...Rate it:

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The Wheat And Tares
John Newton
Though in the outward church below The wheat and tares together grow; Jesus ere long will weed the crop, And pluck the tares, in anger, up. Will ...Rate it:

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Poppies on the Wheat
Helen Hunt Jackson
Along Ancona's hills the shimmering heat, A tropic tide of air with ebb and flow Bathes all the fields of wheat until they glow Like flashing se...Rate it:

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Thoughts In A Wheat-Field
Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
IN his wide fields walks the Master, In his fair fields, ripe for harvest, Where the evening sun shines slant-wise On the rich ears heavy bendin...Rate it:

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Wheat Grains
John Boyle O'Reilly
AS grains from chaff, I sift these worldly rules, Kernels of wisdom, from the husks of schools: I. Benevolence befits the wisest mind; But he w...Rate it:

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The Harvest
Duncan Campbell Scott
Sun on the mountain, Shade in the valley, Ripple and lightness Leaping along the world, Sun, like a gold sword Plucked from the scabbard, Striking ...Rate it:

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All Souls' Night
William Butler Yeats
Epilogue to 'A Vision' MIDNIGHT has come, and the great Christ Church Bell And may a lesser bell sound through the room; And it is All Souls' Nigh...Rate it:

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Billy's Policeman
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
I knew a policeman once And this is true as it ever could be Who made me feel an awful dunce; 'Cos I lost my dad, and it frightened me. He came a...Rate it:

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Mother's Day
Clarence Michael James Stanislaus Dennis
Matriarchy's coming fast, Matriarchy's here! Man's supremacy at last Finds the end is near. Since the days of troglodytes, Man, the lord and master...Rate it:

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Songs In A Cornfield
Christina Georgina Rossetti
A song in a cornfield Where corn begins to fall, Where reapers are reaping, Reaping one, reaping all. Sing pretty Lettice, Sing Rachel, sing May; O...Rate it:

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The Earth-Mother
Frank Dalby Davison
COMETH a voice:—‘My children, hear; From the crowded street and the close-packed mart I call you back with my message clear, Back to my ...Rate it:

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The Family
Katherine Mansfield
Hinemoa, Tui, Maina, All of them were born together; They are quite an extra special Set of babies--wax and leather. Every day they took an airing...Rate it:

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On A Picture Of A Black Centaur By Edmund Dulac
William Butler Yeats
insane Because of some green wing, gathered old mummy wheat In the mad abstract dark and ground it Rate it:

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Uriconium: an Ode
Wilfred Owen
It lieth low near merry England's heart Like a long-buried sin; and Englishmen Forget that in its death their sires had part. And, like a sin, Time...Rate it:

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July Fugitive
Francis Thompson
Can you tell me where has hid her Pretty Maid July? I would swear one day ago She passed by, I would swear that I do know The blue bliss of her eye...Rate it:

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Santa Claus in the Bush
Andrew Barton Paterson
It chanced out back at the Christmas time, When the wheat was ripe and tall, A stranger rode to the farmer's gate -- A sturdy man and a small. ...Rate it:

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The Folk-Mote By The River
William Morris
It was up in the morn we rose betimes From the hall-floor hard by the row of limes. It was but John the Red and I, And we were the brethren of Gre...Rate it:

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The Shepherd's Calendar - August
John Clare
Harvest approaches with its bustling day The wheat tans brown and barley bleaches grey In yellow garb the oat land intervenes And tawney glooms the...Rate it:

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Tri-Colour
Robert William Service
Poppies, you try to tell me, glowing there in the wheat; Poppies! Ah no! You mock me: It's blood, I tell you, it's blood. It's gleaming wet in ...Rate it:

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What the People Said
Rudyard Kipling
By the well, where the bullocks go Silent and blind and slow -- By the field where the young corn dies In the face of the sultry skies, They have h...Rate it:

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How the Whale Got His Throat
Rudyard Kipling
When the cabin port-holes are dark and green Because of the seas outside When the ship goes wop (with a wiggle between) And steward falls into the ...Rate it:

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CEDRIC'S NEW SHOES.
Alan Parry-Booth
CEDRIC'S NEW SHOES CEDRIC THE CENTIPEDE WAS FEELING THE BLUES HE URGENTLY WANTED TO GET SOME NEW SHOES BUT CENTIPEDE'S SHOES ARE EXCEEDINGLY RARE...Rate it:

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A Bronze Head
William Butler Yeats
HERE at right of the entrance this bronze head, Human, superhuman, a bird's round eye, Everything else withered and mummy-dead. What great tomb-hau...Rate it:

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